Jamie Meltzer

Jamie Meltzer is a documentary filmmaker and the program director of the M.F.A. Program in Documentary Film at Stanford University. His most recent documentary feature, True Conviction (Independent Lens, 2018), a co-production of ITVS and the recipient of a Sundance Institute Grant and a MacArthur Grant, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival where it won a Special Jury Mention. Informant (2012), about a revolutionary activist turned FBI informant, was released in theaters in the US and Canada in 2013 by Music Box Films and KinoSmith. Previous films include Off The Charts: The Song-Poem Story (Independent Lens 2003), Welcome to Nollywood (PBS Broadcast, 2007), La Caminata (2009), and Huntsville Station (Mountainfilm 2020) with Chris Filippone. In addition, he also directed not even for a moment do things stand still (Mountainfilm 2022).

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